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I am setting up my new SSD (best upgrade I have done since I went quad-core btw) and I want to install a pack of fonts for my work that I licensed years ago. There are thousands of fonts so i would like to install them to my storage drive instead of my SSD but Steam Mover is not letting me do it. I have enabled the "Allow fonts to be installed using a shortcut (Advanced)" option in W7 but I don't see any way to make the fonts available to Office without installing them on the system drive.

Nevermind, I think i just found it here.


EDIT: After enabling the "Allow fonts to be installed using a shortcut (Advanced)" option you simply highlight the fonts that are located on your storage drive, right click and hit "Install using shortcut" and presto! I have access to my 10,000+ fonts and didn't need to use any precious SSD space!
Edited by PhillyOverclocker - 12/28/10 at 9:14am
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